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north, traveling right pt the moon. the amazing foota was captured with an experimental all sky optical video camera specifically sensitive to the near infrared flashes that meteors create. >>> state wildlife officials captured a nearly 12-foot ng alligator, a rare find, especially in west texas. the animal was recovered from a local ranch where it's thought to have survived on wild pigs and duck. the gato will be med to a new home on a 15 acre alligator farm. >>> and in louisiana, patrons lined up tget a piece of the 5,300 feet long and more than 8,600 pound king cake. that, according to the bakers, could wrap around the superdome twice. guinness is expected to determine soon whether that qualifies as the largest king cake. >>> now here is bill karins with the weather channel forecast. >> good morning, amara. have you ever had that before? >> i haven. but it looks like a great breakfast for me. i love sweets in the morning. >> i'll have to look that up. as far as yesterday went in the south, incrediblyhot. huntsville, alabama region had their 100th 90-degree day of the candar year. phi
the average rate at 4.35%, the first weekly rise since mid-june. various reports say later this morning ing pt barack obama will name longtime economic adviser austan goolsbee as chairman of his economic advisory to replace one who left last week to return to teaching. >> and finally a disappointed romanian lawmaker who drafted a proposal to tax witches and fortune tellers claims lawmakers were frightened into rejecting the tax because they were afraid of being cursed. >>> well, tom brady takes a hit, home run leaders add to their totals, and a rare steal of home. >>> plus the saints come marching into the new nfl season with a win over the vikings. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> we're watching for rain over the weekend. your regional forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." for those of us who have lactose intolerance, let's raise a glass to cookies just out of the oven. to the morning bowl of cereal. and to lactaid® milk. easy to digest and with all the calcium and vitamin d of regular milk. [ female announcer ] lactaid®. the original lactose-free
the answer to that yet. that's pt of the interview process. >> the explosion left four peple dead. four people are still missing.ll it's still far out in the atlantic but forecasters say hurricane igor could strengthen into a cat 5 today. the storm packing winds right now of 150 miles per hour. trailing behind igor, guess what? there's s tropical srm julia. so julia could become a hurricane later on this week. a year aer she was dissed by t kanye west,aythlor swift takes the high ride indirectly singing to the rapper at the video music awards. >> ♪ 32 and still don't know who you are not today ♪ >> kanye's response, singing a song we can't air on television because every other word is a curse word. >> fantastic. >> see? i knew i didn't watch. lady gaga took home eight vma's including one for video of the year. she accepted in an outfit that looked like raw meat. lindsay lohan was there and poked fun at her troubles with the host, chelsea handler. >> wow, all right. i guess i missed a lot. i guess c yaught the highlight with you right there. >> and in fact, chelsea handler was s
mosque at ground zero as isl islamophobia pt. >> they take the imam's side on this battle and every journalist in the country is said, yes, we must, and the big question, judy said, there's no evidence they have the money. the right or wrong of the thing. they're about 100 million behind where they need to build this thing. >> jon: elliss, let me read you a quote from christian ann ahmanpower. she said nine years later the growing hostility toward muslim americans. not since 9/11 has the country seen search anti-muslim fervor and muslim-americans are feeling vulnerable. where is her proof? >> you can do a lot of interviews with muslim-americans and find quotes to back up an allegation like that. protesters stand out in front of baptist churches getting ready to reopen, maybe we'll have an argument this is a different situation. but the reality is, and i don't like to use the words like racist or phobic of any sort. . there's a lot of feeling of hostility towards muslims and in fact, a lot of people defend those feelings and i think that we do need to get a grip and hey, people have
across the country. since it wassfounded in 1983, pt has helped more than 3,000 horses find new homes. >>> 82 and mostly sunny for tomorrow. a cold front pushes through tomorrow night. we see cooler temperatures to start off the work week. 79 on tuesdaa. then the heat wave begins. back to summer-like temperatures just n time for the start offfall. 87 on wednesday. we'll warr to the upper 80s by the end of the wwek and our next chancc of rain comes on saturday and that is just a channe. back to you. >> thanks a lot; emily. >>> kristen berset joins us with a preview, plus today's college action. >> thanks, guys. coming up tonight on "sports unlimited" the ravens know how important tomorrow night's gamm is. >> they're going to come out and give us thhir best game.. we know that. their home opener -- we know the importance of this game. we know they know the importance oo this game. weere definitely prepared for it. >> they're the divisson champs from a year ago. we're looking at it as we want to be -- we definitely don't want to go 0-2 this year. we have our goal set. we
want to give myself a television. >> if you can snath thperhaps pt that if the economy will recover? then best buy is a great indicator. and also, with the the supplemental products with the i pad, and apple. >> anything best buy is here to stay? >> yes. >> sucircuit city was gone. and you feel like sieducated when yu go to best buy call thanks to their staffs. >> it is a daddy store. we will be right back. live from the bay area's news station this is kron 4 news of 4:30 >> let us directed this developing story on the fatal crash in novado and one high school student was injured. and the fatality. the 60 eight found emptthe five novado students, wh and the alcohol containers found in the gray bmw and also crisis and volunteers. >> and many are arriving to high school, with the they tell me that the parents spend their weekend warning them about the dangers of alcohol and drinking, driving. i spoke to
, the chancellor'sjujpt was clear. >> i have made it clear despite the economic crisis germany will not reduce its development budget. how the money is used is also a consideration. that can only work if there is cooperation between donor tries and the recipients. >> germany's new credo of more efficiency rather than increased funding means the 0.7% goal is disappearing even further into the distance. you and representatives have reacted with surprise and disappointment. -- un representatives have reacted with surprise and disappointment. >> the united kingdom and belgium, the amount of money they are giving to developing countries has been increasing every year, even up to 2010, despite the financial crisis. i am very worried. i do not understand. the crisis hardly fits you. you are the first economy to rebound. germany is a responsible country. it is a country that internationally is expected to do what they promise. so it is very disappointing. >> germany's development minister says the criticism is unjustified. he insists the government has not officially abandoned the 0.7% target and stresses
@@ >>> they but the booze in the pt cruise -- er. but they were not sly about getting high. while taxpayers are keeping the auto industry afloat, an undercover investigation showed employees smoking pot and drinking beer on their lunch break. less than two months after president obama praised the workers in a speech, they let a selected fox reporter explain. >> less than two months ago president barack obama himself stood on the floor of the jefferson north plant and spoke to a cheering crowd of workers. who wouldn't applaud the man who signed off on more than $6 billion of government money to save their job? >> i want all of you to know that i will stand by the american worker any day of the week? >> we got a tip some chrysler workers were using their lunch break to catch a buzz. we started following them five days after president obama's visit. we caught them day after day hitting up the party store and then hitting the public park to found beers. oh, and did i mention a little smokin? the party break is up at 11:22. and by 11:25, everybody is backt the factory on time. >> wow. the point is they are
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's the latest on hurricane earl. currently it is 630 miles south-southe pt of cape hatteras. 135 miles per hour winds.iscaa . the hurricane warnings are up now along the north carolina shoreline. we have also got hurricane watches in effect and tropical storm watches as far north as the marimack river in new england and tropical storm warnings down to cape fear. the path of the storm brings it alongshore along the carolinas by early friday morning as a category four storm. as that happens, we've got to remember, even if it's not a direct hit it is a strong enough storm, the hurricane force winds extend out 90 miles. tropical winds out 200 miles as a category three storm off the r shoreline that could cause major damage. it makes its way friday afternoon into saturday morning along the atlantic seaboard. again, a degree or two either side of the path will make a big dierence, skirting across new england. they haven't had a major hit since hurricane bob, since 1991. so we continue to watch this. we'll have complete details for you starting tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. on the weather channel and
the pt barracks and on the wall was a saying that said the duty was the most sublime word of the english language. i conclude with this. i also believe that when you answered your nations called to duty in uniform that it is the highest form of patriotism. as defense of freedom, we we must remain grateful for our spiritual and cultural inheritance because we do not own it out right. we are merely trustees for life. it is our moral duty and obligation to preserve and protect this inheritance and to pass along, improved, if possible. therefore, it is our endless sacrifices to concentrate our lives to the greater good for a more peaceful and prosperous union. how you want the united states of america to be viewed in world history? as a world supervisor-superpower that was little over 200 years young -- superpower that was awful over 200 years young or do you want, as i believe, and permit the eyes of your mind to see america as a nation that has the moral courage to reach deep and revitalized itself and inspire other nations to freedom? a nation who sought the greater understanding of liber
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that the mayor knew at the outset that this would be, you know, pt of what we would have to deal well. >> reporter: rhee plans to sit down with fuente and gray in the coming days. >> i want to make sure that this district is set up for success. and that our children have the best opportunity to really learn in the excellent environment. >> reporter: an environment that she was not willing to say would or wouldn't include her. aaron gilchrist, news4, washington. >>> waiting for supman is the title of a documentary that examines public education in america. >> the movie from the director of an inconvenient truth features d.c.xd school's chancellor michelle rhee. craig melvin is at the newseum in northwest washington. a lot of people are awaiting this. >> reporter: to be honest with you, it is like access hollywood out here. the museum has roled out the red carpet. they are expecting a host dignitaries. we're told all sorts of d.c. powerful elite wi be here. congressmen, senators michelle rhee also expected to be here, as you mentioned. one of the stars of that movie. it is, as you menti
the feel until they're fully recovered xfl pt say doing so would take not only icreased awareness but a strong shift in sports culture. >> we can work to change this culre so that it is just as unacceptable to ay someone who is concussed as it is to withhold water. >> i think a lot of people think it is a badge of honor to work thank you concussion. players don't ever want to show any vulnerabilities. >> reporter: the hope is that the sports world will turn th sign of weakness into its biggest strength by protecting players. erica edwards, n news. >> here a sobing stat. a government accountability office found between 2005 and 2008 school years, roughly 400,000 concussions occurred in high school sports. >>> singer turned reality star bret michaels is expected back in theospital at the beginning of next year. his publicist tell enews he is scheduled for heart surgery in january to reportedly repair a hole inis heart. doctors discovered the problem when michaels was hospitalized last spring. it has been a difficult year for him. the surgery will come months after he suffered a brai
. fine, fine, it's not true pt you know why they say i'm going to bridge under a bridge because i treat my employees right which is why my company has gone from what, six employees three years ago to 40 employees because i treat them right. i give charity and my ceo of my company, he thinks i'm nuts. he's like, glenn, you're going to live under a bridge. no, i'm not. to those who have been given much, much is required. i take that admonishment at face value. not out of fear, but with joy, with confidence and you need to understand that, not about me, but let my little example inspire you to do the same thing. i want to give. it's my privilege, it's my honor, it's my responsibility, but i also believe in what i call the bucket theory and i never heard anybody say this theory before, but i think we're all given buckets and we all start with the same size bucket and what do people do, if you're collecting rain water because you're thirsty, you're collecting rain water people have a tendency of doing this, they will cover their bucket to protect it. i believe take your bucket, blessings rai
is pt on a show and giggle every time i talk. then i have no interest in answering your question. so if you would like to -- [ applause ] >> -- so if you would like to conduct a respectful conversation i'm happy to do it. if you don't, please go and sit down and i'll answer the next question. what's your choice? >> sean: perfect. awesome. people are saying go christie. >> i watched the entire nine minutes. i tell people go to youtube, see this. this guy is going to get himself carried to the white house in about eight years if he keeps it up. the most honest thing you have seen. he was polite to her then he tears everything apart. he's in the worst state possible for someone with his message. and new jersey is -- >> sean: he's up against liberal unions, democratic trenton, liberal media and he goes above their head. reminds me of regular began in that way and successfully communicates. >> he knows where he stands. but he has an authentic voice that's what people are looking to -- for. turn it turned to political theater and democrats were running and hiding people trying to take on a
libraries and pt offices also will have the paper forms. >>> d.c. mayor adrian fenty travelled to new york city today to participate in an nbc education nation panel discussion. many believe the mayor lost the primary election here this month in part because of school reforms speer headed by chancellor michelle reid and people are upset and agry over those issues. politicians have to b willing to take political risks. >> it's going to state the obvious. the goal of politicians is to getre-elected. and too often that goal surpasses everything else. if you really wan to do education reform right now in this country, you are going to have to take some political hits. otherwise we're just going to see what's happened overhe past 30, 40 years. we know what needs to be done. >> permission to -- >> when asked about hisplans after he leaves office, mayor fenty predicted he and michelle reid will likely stay involved in education reform. and he warned they will likely be agitators from the outside as they have been from the inside. >>> coming up tonight on "nightly news" we'll take a look at what b
-- >> that was rory dine reporting. the study of the pt gains program that paid students in d.c., chicago, dallas and new york that showed the mixed results. >>> some tour guidesare suing the d.c. government over new regulations. the regulations required guides to take an exam on city landmarks, architecture and history to get a license. the owners of a segway tour group called segs in the city stay law infringes on their free speech right. lawyers stay government can't block people from talking about the city's history simply because they don't hole a license. >>>rivers could be paying tolls on the local interstate. transportation officials are suggesting tolls between 10 cents to a dollar. no vote has been taken but some have come out against it. they say it is going to fleece northern virginians and finance their out of control spending. >>> time for a little redskins rewind. dan joins us now. this has to do with houston. >> a replay. >> that was the genesis of that. >> it is. and it seemed like it was yesterday there s an instant replay. it was a little while ago. if you thought last week's f
teachers are i can making aou ta profit outside the classroom. pt find out on fox news reporting. >>> the classroom has come a coe long way since the chalkboard.k. billions are being spent on o high-tech gadget retop electronic white boards that can cost up to $3,000 and m can prays where families can gdes an monitor grades at home and. on-line. >> it is called i parents for parent. >> and students it is calledt i-student.he >> the traditional learningesk. environment. >> is a person buying a desk. is the motivator fair andesk square? kids will learn. >> 1900 miles south of alaska, nestled in beautiful napa n county, california is nap paw h. new -- napa new technology high school. it is the flagship for the new work.or 40 schools in nine states, anine group that is changing the way n a classroom works.lass >> you are not seeing rows and f rows of desks and the teacher t isn't the performer in ther the front. what they are being is guided and coached and a problem solver. the classroom should reflect the work environment.ir. >> here project-based learning>: is the prefered method
their own had concerns and their own causes,pt and they had to pick their spots. >> in 2006, the poster child for global warming came out with an infamous movie. >> here's manhattan. the world trade center would be under water. think of the impact of a couple0 thousand refugees and thengees imagine a couple million. >> for some reason then combination of people's desire for entertainment and for celebrities has one after another brought people to the forefront as heros, such as al gore, such as paul erlick, who r really don'tea necessarily have all the answers. i mean, it's absolutely crazy. al gore is not a scientist. he hasn't got a scientific bone in his body. he's a politician, a mass mover of propaganda. >> al gore's movie came out, and again, it was suddenly all over the popular culture and you had a guy who was out there that everybody new and he became thew sort of. face of this. he simply raised public awareness of. >> that and this brings us tos r present day where global warming necessarily a movement anymore but actually an indisputable fact. >> they have basically taken the
where lawmakers may have to answer to congress. the proposed bill would require the army to correct pt errors, change the way contracts are done and reach out to those family members. a congressional hearing last month revealed 6,600 graves may be unmarked or mislabeled. >>> police say a suspected car thief caused his freedom to disappr by the mere wave of a hand. two men suspected of stealing a mini van were caught by police after one of them waved to a cop. dominic gaskins was arsted and charged with grand larceny. the two drove by movie co.theater and waved at a detective in uniform who was working security detail. the detective, who knew the driver to be a gang member, ran the plates for the van and discovered that it was stolen. police caught up with the vehicle a short time later and arrested both men inside. >>> former president jimmy carter is waking up in the hospital, but that isn't stopping his book tour. wbgu see him in town today. >>> where a dog was rescued after bein thrown in the trash and left for dead. >>> it's now 6:37. 64 degrees. a beautiful view of the sky out the
director larry says he's neither a defendernder of the pt points out it is wide spread in today's world. >> if they are going to put down 1 bill $to build a stadium they have to finance it. the raw numbers say there's only a certain number of ways to raise the money to finance it. and one of those ways in the modern era is personal feline. >>reporter: 49 ers call the license sbl for stadium builder license. the organization declined interview saying the selling of license is a long way off but did tell us all dollars from the stadium builder license goes towards the funding and maintain of the building. none of the revenue goes to the 49 ers. key element of successful sbl? life time transferable hours will be both. season ticket hold earth's were informed in 2000 7 about sbl in a personal letter. so sbl can deliver a lot and potentially cost a lot. so are they an investment. >> talking the 49 ers of the 80's? or are we talking 49 ers of the mid 90's? >>reporter: mark is the time share columnist for the san francisco examiner. although seat license have been compared to time s
? he's in the club of former pt presidents. i don't need to tell you this, you know it better than anyone. we've had situations where former president bush traveled and helped things. we had george w. bush traveling to haiti. he's now calling out all the former presidents. >> it's quite possible that before this day is out, now that media cycles run one to three hours, this quote, superior to that of other presidents, may have to be refined, perhaps even taken back. and you know that in this small club, this very tiny industry of former presidents, they all do their own thing. the carter model was set in stone. bill clinton's global initiative and so on and so on, they all respond to various needs. this quote may not go over all that well. >> i'm just thinking, bill clinton this very week, the global initiative is here in new york and we know how many billions of dollars have been raised and what they've been doing. but the fact that george herbert walker bush, knowing how much friction there was between his son and bill clinton, still partnered with bill clinton to go to the tsuna
it is pts. >> a huge deep-sea exploration offer the coast of equatorial ginny, an oil field that has barely been touched. remember the stock is trading roughly 31% off the 52-week high. and it's part owned and funded by none other than guess who,-- schwars. so they know they won't let anything too bad happen here. my suggestion is that we get aggressive, agreed? >> we all agree? >> i just don't think it is a rising that should be taken right now. >> wait. >> wait for what, your beam me up scottky hydrogen fusion deal. >> now are you talking something else, fusion korming, apples and oranges within the deal we already sank $50 million into mr. brain back. >> alternativeenergy is what biotech was 15 years ago, stan. you were young once, you know that the runs could be huge. >> we'll all be deed by the time your professor -- >> this coming from the guy who said google was a bubble. >> anyway. hydro offshore it is priced right for us to make 3 to 5 times on our money and better yet what we all love the most, big year end bonuses. >> rose: did you right this? you and-- ance alan loeb did the scr
'malley pt his promise. there's never a doubt... there's never a doubt whose side hs on. martin o'malley... moving maryland forward. >>>ime for weather and traffic. good morning on this thursday morning, waves of moderate to heavy rain continuing to sweep across virginia, the district of columbia, maryland, the east and west virginia and this has really picked up in intensity over the last three hours. you see those areas of yellow and orange where it's coming down hardest right now. north and east of washington, across the bay on the eastern side of the bay. that's advancing to the north. another pocket of some very heavy rain now in montgomery county. and across the potomacriver into loudoun county. a few other pockets of heavy rain now st. mary's county where they had over four inches of rain. and route44, and st. mary's county, water over the road. north beach and calvert county reported flooded roads. route 17, spotsylvania county near bevel dean reporting water over the road. and we will continue to see the waves of rain coming through. all these counties in red reporting hi
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out there's pt first thing to talk about it can they get the congressional ballot back to even? a number of, you might say, optimistic sign this weekend in in of the polls. in the a.p. poll among registered voters we should point out 47% want dems, 47% republic republicans. 48% democrats, 38% republican uns. >> not a significant change. make the registered voters likely voters. republican have a significant head start, significant margin, but if democrats are able to turn out their base, excite their base and get them as jazzed up as in 2008 they can cloet the gap. that what democrat, focusing on. >> how do they do that? >> use president obama and they've started to do so. president obama endorsed a couple incumbent members of congress in some sort of marge's the districts, what i think is interesting. congressman tom paerriello. trying to get them engaged. they've pledged $30 million to turning the same voters out who turned out first in 2008 to vote for president obama. >> money is the mother's milk of politics. you've reported as others that, of course, the committees here i
more. >> reporter: when we heard about this, we thought, what? five years ago when international pt lee holloway disappeared her mother vowed to never give up, to use all of her energy to find ot what happened. she's kept that promise, traveling down to peru where joran van der sloot is held in trial awaiting trial for murdering a woman down there and she confronted him face to face. we recently heard this interview done behind bars with joran in which he tells the dutch reporter life behind bars isn't that bad. he's been teaching the guards english in this private cell and now claims he knows nothing about what happened to natalee. >> beth twitty's attorney said she's had enough hearing this. went down there. teamed up way dutch tv crew. got inside that prison, and let joran have it. telling him the united states has not forgotten about him. whatever happens in peru, he still faces an indictment for extortion here and that if he knows anything about what happened to natalee, he should say it now. not ten years down the road, but right now. she also told him she holds no hate in her sou
the "dream" act since the bush administration. this bill is actually pt of our nation's strategic defense plan -- hence, in the defense authorization bill, they will incentivize and reward students to wear our nation's uniform, and our nation will be safer because of it. here's another reason why thi is smart. we don't want kids like javier doing dishes. we don't want kids like daniel taking ten years to get his bachelor's degree. we want them studying, contributing to our economy and serving in our military. but there is a far more important reason we should pass the "dream" act, and that is becae it is the right thing to do. mr. president, there is a passage in live it -- in liviticus, a book that appears in the old testame and the torah that i think is appropriate here. leviticus is a book of laws. it is said to describe god's covenant with the israelites. this is chapter 19, verse 33." when the foreigner resides with you in your land, you shall not oppress the foreigner. the foreigner who resides with you shall be to you as the citizen among you. you shall love the foreigner as yourse
part i want to mention is pt of why i'm here today. this will be the first agency we have built in a pired world. -- wired world. think about that for just one minute. the relationship between governmenageies, beten bureaucracy, between the government and its people, at the time we built all of the earlier agencies, was one of the government labors relative obscurity. and you send out some information, and people get it through their newspapers or watching television or radio or whatever they listen to. this is an agency that will be the first to be born digital. it will be an agency that can send -- it will have the capacity to communicate with millions of americans by just hitting a send button. it will also be an agency where millions of americans have the capacity to communicate with the agency by hitting a send button. the possibilities here are endless. the notion that part of how one comes to understand and define the problems in the credit area will change if we here -- if this agency hears, if this bureau hears from people who are experiencing it. this is part -- it can
. hmm. you gotta stopear! get a higher rate, pt. interest plus savings at three times the national average. go tcapitalone.com what's in your wallet? two spoons please! úp p@ >> okay. coming up tonight at 11:00. amazing outpouring of support for victims of the san bruno fire. how the evacuee are doing and this second night after the big fire. and document pg&e filed today that says the cost of this blaze could exceed the 1 billion dollar insurance policy. those stories and a lot more for you coming up in one hour on 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. collin has all the sports. >> giants. huge series. game 2. one last -- won last night. this is huge. last time i don't know thon sanchez faced the padres he basically guaranteed a giants win then he failed to back it up. no such talk tonight. first place like i said on the line. wedding reception above petco park. brian and brook die hard giants fans. in progress highlights courtesy comcast. struck out 4. hits at premium in part due to great defense. miguel stumble out of the box. juan and the out. scoreless game into
had julia out there. still a storm. but that one for the most pt is going to turn out in the ddle of the atlantic and miss everyone. what is next is a new strong tropical wave just coming off the coast of africa. that should be arriving somewhere towards the caribbean or into the atlantic waters off the east coast about a week from now. so that will be the next system to track. of course, that will be our "l" named storm >> i went in on vacation ten days ago, i think we were in the "ds." >> lester, thank you. almost five mons after the explosion that led to the largest oil spill i u.s. history, bp plans to seal the well for good today in the gulf of mexico. nbc's chief environmtal correspondent anne thompson is in venice, louiana, with more on that. anne, good morning. >> good morning, amy. i'm actually in houma, louisiana, where we are going to leave this morning and head out to the leak site, and we will be on the development driller 3 when bp declares the macondo well dead once and for all. in the last 48 hours, some 3 1/2 miles beneath the surface of the water a lot has happen
on thisar particular day for muslims across the u.s., at least? a>> across the u.s. there are pt of memorial services around 9/11. i will be participating myself in a couple today and was involved in a couple yesterday. and today is a day of service for muslims to go out and give back to communities across the country. and that service projects across the country. >> is this a good time, a good opportunity for outreach, or the rest of the country, many who may not understand islam, many who may harbor some hard feelings against islam right now to see muslims serving, to see muslims praying for the victims of -- is this a good opportunity, quite frankly? >> i think it is. i think it's up to all of us to takeakhat situation that we're in and make it into an opportunity. i know of a lot of churches across the country who are choosing to read from theha kor tomorrow and we have received many, manyuests on wt erses should those churches be reading. and we made recommendations to that. so i thi from the christian tradition, from the jewish tradition, from people of no faith tradition at all there
's making $40,000, theye pt feeling wealth pip screaming at the tv,mi hello. we're middle class. yes, doing a lot better than the middle of the middle. >> what if you make 251? >> right. >> the reason, having income isn't the same as adjustable income and then having the taxablincome - >> oh, lord. >> all of this comes into play. look at the friendly avatar tcouple. when went to the tax kale c calculator it found taxes they would pay pob about the same under president obama's plan. now, people will see that and say, what? over 250 it goes up. it does, but there are also otr factors that change, including the widening of one of these tax brackets. we have a story tt talks about a sweet spot. a surprise tax cut with the almost rich. >> for the almost rich. some people, some people out there who will actually come out ahead under president obama's plan. a lot of people over $20$0,000 will see taxes go up. big picture. how will the amount of money the government's getting change? in one way, millionaires making a lot of money. current taxes, $5,000. looks what happened. jumps up to $645,000. an
of money and be very aggressive in attacking the albany establish -pt, very aggressive in attacking cuomo and his connections to albany. even sometimes the energy they bring into the moment -- jenna: i think we need to pull out of this here. these are races in individual states. why should we care about some of these movements that are being made just on a broader political spectrum? >> look, you hit on it right there. you look at turn out in these primaries. you look at what is going on across the country, republican turn out is at historic levels as compared to democrats. there's never been a gap as high as this where you have perhaps a 30% higher republican turn out in primaries across the country nationally. what is happening right now is the republican party was doa after the 2008 election, they were out of power completely, they lost the white house, they were in a shambles. and what is happening noise they are being reenergized and it's not always going to be a smooth process. jenna: all right, we appreciate it. i'm actually getting the power play up and ready to show our viewers.
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